It was fun playing with all sorts of lighting last night:
Here's one with the flashlight and flash - kind of a neat effect:
I was using The Paper Players Challenge #215 sketch for this week:
Here is my card with flash and exposure adjustment:
- I love the Specialty Designer Series Papers, but sometimes find it hard to use them. I'm glad I took the opportunity to work with this one with the silver foil accents from All is Calm Specialty Designer Series Paper. It turned out to be the perfect choice to go with the Endless Wishes Stamp Set.
- I'm also perpetually in love with the Brushed Silver and Gold cardstock. It give a really classy shine to any card, without the over-the-top glitter. The 1" Square punch was my friend here, making sure all my squares were exactly equal. When adhering them, it's best to do the two outer ones first and then adding the middle one equidistant from each of the other two.
- The 1/8" Silver Ribbon is tied in a little fork bow and you can follow the link to find out how to make them. They are fun and easy and create the cutest little bow ever.
- I had to find something to stamp the sentiment on because it just would not have worked stamping it on the DSP. I chose two more of the many sentiments you get with the Endless Wishes set and stamped them on Whisper White cardstock, as I had done with the other words and images, in VersaMark Ink and embossed them in Silver Stampin' Emboss Powder. Then I used the Banners Framelits to die cut the banner.
And that's a wrap. I have to get this on line right away. But before I do, here's another fun shot of my card with only the ambient flashlight light in the room, no flash! That is one shiny card!
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